Question on sort behavior when inserting ACL lines into existing ACL
I have a request / need to insert lines into existing ACLs (some standard, some extended) and I need to control where they are added (we want some to go to the top, some in the middle, some second from bottom).
I'm trying to understand / follow how ACL lines are added / sorted. I have three examples of different configs (standard ACL) where someone inserts lines into the existing ACL.
The problem is, it does not follow the guidelines I've found on cisco.com - i.e. using Sequence #s if specified, they don't all get added to the bottom, etc.
How can I determine how a line added to an existing ACL will behave?
I've added new ACLs, and as far as I can tell, for those examples, it will follow the sequence #s for both standard and extended acls, but not at all for these examples.
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